NEW YORK, NY – The wonderful power of the Internet; when things go wrong it allows a venue to vent, warn, enlighten, even bitch and moan some, if and when deemed necessary. Yet, when things go right, you get to openly commend, educate, share, etc..
Today I have the delightful opportunity to share my positive experience with Uniregistry and their relentless domain brokers there, as I believe in giving credit where credit is due. If you have been reading my updates you’re well aware I share some of the darker, less positive news if and when need be.
Who benefits? Readers like you, who can learn from these experiences; thanks for being here.
Recently, a broker at Uniregistry went far and wide – above and beyond – what is/was necessary of your typical broker, on what I would consider a very frustrating transaction that had sales inquiries from multiple employees from the same buyer which dated back years. The amount of work the broker put into the sale, with what I would call a “very difficult buyer” (in my opinion) was exceptionally commendable and I wrote into Uniregistry to let them know about it so they could hear it straight from their own customer.
I feel this particular experience speaks volumes for the customer service and dedication and motivation of the Uniregistry broker team…
I will likely park more, if not all of my domains with Uniregistry due to the hard work of this broker in particular, and their relentless dedication to closing the sale. We spoke via phone often regarding the difficult negotiation process and had countless online messages going back and forth, literally since December of 2014.
The sale was handled by a few brokers over the years, which all whom worked the deal well, but this latest broker in particular, really went far-and-wide beyond the normal expectation to get a deal done and put the years-long thread, finally to bed.
Most notably, it wound up being only a few thousand dollar transaction, but Uniregistry’s brokers treated it like it was hundreds of thousands.
Again, just giving credit where it is due. Uniregistry did get back to me and thanked me for the insight on the experience saying that of coerce, it was music to their ears. All in all, a great experience with what seems to be a fast-growing and superior registry and market place.
So if you are looking for domain brokers that will really follow through and work hard to sell your domains, take a fresh look at Uniregistry. If I were not getting such deep-discounts on registrations through my reseller store, [get your own reseller store] I would likely move all my domain registrations there as the entire Uniregistry control panel seems developed impressively well, matched with the marketplace, a powerful duo.
For now, I will certainly be adding more domains to the Uniregistry marketplace.
On a more comical note, I decided I would have ZERO distractions today and did not go into the office so that I can get my ordinary inhuman amount of work done. I soon after crafting this post noticed I am wearing my Uniregistry t-shirt I grabbed at NamesCon this year; I wonder now if that pick from my draw this morning was coincidence or something from the subconscious.
About The Author: John Colascione is CEO of Long Island Media Inc., an Internet ad agency and publisher of the largest group of Long Island New York based websites and one print newspaper collectively reaching over one million people per month. He specializes in Website Monetization, authored a ‘how to’ book called ‘‘Mastering Your Website’, and is a key player in several Internet related businesses through his holding company Searchen Networks®